Atheist dating service
“Atheists and LGBT and polyamorous people are just as welcome as Christians (and) Jews.” Copyright: For copyright information, please check with the distributor of this item, Religion News Service LLC.Find Reasonable, Attractive and Interesting Women and Men Who Want to Have a Great Date!It may be even worse, when others start ignoring you or treating you in a bad way just because you have some other ideas about the world.People like this usually are narrow minded and cannot accept the ideas different from their own ones.More and more users log in at our dating site for atheist online dating and to get in touch with people who share the same ideas.A lot of people treat atheists with suspicion considering it to be something inappropriate and out of this world.
(Dominick Reuter/RNS PHOTO BY DOMINICK REUTER) “We ask people to ask,’Can I become a better person as I go about dating? Ok Cupid has plenty of company in the online dating world, with thousands of free and pay-for-play sites, many of them tailored to specific religious groups, like Christian Mingle, Muslima (Muslim) and JDate (Jewish).
“We know that’s going to piss a lot of people off, and we’re more or less tongue-in-cheek with this advice, but it’s what the numbers say.” Ok Cupid’s founders — four 30-something guys who met at Harvard — recently took home the “Humanist of the Year” award from their alma mater. “Humanism is a philosophy of life that is focused on building a better world for all human beings” without belief in any gods, said Greg Epstein, Harvard’s humanist chaplain.
Previous winners include “Family Guy” creator and comedian Seth Mc Farlane, evolutionary psychologist Steven Pinker, biologist E. Cambridge, MA - The Harvard Humanist Community recognizes the online dating Web site OKCupid, represented by founder Maxwell Krohn, at an event at the Harvard University Science Center.
Go through the world history and see how many people successful people where atheists.
And the special thing about atheists is that they have a strong belief in personal skills, abilities and tend to consider that we have a power and enough strength to become who we want to be and do whatever we want in our life.
In 2009, the site’s founders analyzed responses from more than 500,000 users and discovered that including the word “atheist” in a first message to another user was more likely to garner a reply than any other religious descriptor except Christian.